A Linux kernel version of at least version 3.8 or a kernel that has the necessary features (mount namespace) backported.
I have a Pixel 3 on Android 9 (P3QA.190801.002) with Magisk 19.3 (19300) and Magisk Manager 7.3.2 (224). Since a few days, I'm able to upgrade to Android 10.
I was wondering if I could use the OTA Installation (available on topjohnwu's github) procedure to upgrade my phone and keep Magisk installed ? I successfully used it in the past and it's, in my opinion, the easiest way to do it.
Thank you !
So far, I've mainly only seen that reported on Pixel devices and there the consensus has been that it's somehow caused by the unocked bootloader (but I haven't seen, or actually looked for, any substantiated information about that).
Possible culprits could be something about the bootloader state (as above), your ROM, or whatever... It's not unheard of, but I've seen no proper solution.
Disclaimer: be really carefull if you decide to start testing locking your bootloader since it could easily mean you end up with a non-booting device and no way of fixing it...
I was wondering if there was someone that could help those of us that don't have a fully working TWRP such as the Pixel 3's.
On flashing a bad module and bootlooping, if it is something such as a SystemUI mod, there is almost no alternative except a factory reset to recover. You can get back to stock by flashing system images but as soon as you root, you bootloop again. I was wondering if someone had a method where magisk could be uninstalled in fastboot. I tried booting TWRP and sideloading the magisk-uninstaller.zip but it failed to work.
Search back. There was a post by digerdidoohan (not sure if spelled right, sorry), linking to an article explaining solutions for those issues.
You will need TWRP for that, but it doesn't has to be able to mount /data. I think at the moment that's the only real problem in TWRP
That and it flat cannot read storage, mount system either. Thanks, I'll take a look.
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@Didgeridoohan, I've had a couple of people tell me you might have a way of uninstalling or disabling magisk when a bad module has been flashed, TWRP is unavailable, and fastboot is about all a person has, like us on the Pixel 3's. Could you share that with me? I've factory resetted lots of times because of this.
Perhaps the modified magisk from https://forum.xda-developers.com/pix...3/post79741239 may help you. It always boots in core-only mode, so you should be able to uninstall or deactivate the broken module (using a filemanager like MixPlorer).
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